68 Kill (2017)
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Critic Reviews for 68 Kill
It's cheap and trashy and tasteless, but it's not unfun, and there's a pleasing measure of low-budget craft on display.
The kind of piece that needs to move 100MPH from first scene to last for you to overlook its flaws. It slows down for too long to recommend the ride.
Those who pick through every motion picture searching for the "problematic" will want to steer clear of "68 Kill." But fans of wicked women may have a new cult favorite.
Nearly a de facto remake of After Hours, writer-director Trent Haaga's lively trailer-park thriller 68 Kill keeps the hostility and loses the self-deprecation, which turns it into an example of misogyny rather than an examination of it.
Nuttier than a bakery full of fruitcakes and sleazier than a cheap strip club, "68 Kill" is a proudly morbid heist movie that wallows in bad taste and still comes off as absurdly funny.
Audience Reviews for 68 Kill
When it comes to Redneck Schlock, Rob Zombie is the undisputed king. 68 Kill is not at that level, but it's very watchable, if you're up for that sort of thing.
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